The Anthrax guitarist talks about his decades-long Randall romance and its latest offspring: his jaw-dropping 120W tube head.
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Joe Delaney of Randall unveils the plaster-shattering Thrasher Series 667 guitar amp built for extreme metal and 7- and 8-string players with its 6 gain/volume controls and huge tube complement.
Gibson's Jim DeCola introduces the 2014 Les Paul Signature with special anniversary cosmetics, hot-rodded electronics, and the groundbreaking Min-ETune self-tuning system.
Musician's Friend President Gene Joly resumes the conversation with Marcus Ryle of Line 6 in which they talk about the development and technology behind Variax modeling guitars and basses.
Yamaha's Gabriel Aldort walks us through a tour of the P-255 Digital Piano that delivers amazing sound, advanced performance and recording features, and an exclusive app to easily access its deep suite of functions.
Jim D'Addario talks to Musician's Friend President Gene Joly about his family foundation created to support more than 100 music education programs including those aimed at at-risk youth.
Dick Boak of Martin Guitars introduces the OM Eric Clapton Navy Blues, disclosing how a happy accident in establishing the scale length led to this unique acoustic guitar.
Kiss drummer Eric Singer talks about his career with the iconic band, development as a drummer, his drum kit, and the way he gets ready for gigs.
Master drummer Neal Pert talks about the creative ways in which he dealt with the tedium of touring that led him into extensive adventure travel and writing about those experiences.
Line 6 co-founder Marcus Ryle talks about the challenges of delivering tube-amp tones using DSP and the birth of the Pod in a continuing conversation with Musician's Friend President Gene Joly.